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May 7, 2012 7:00am PDT
memorial. governor brown will be among those attending the ceremony. >>> meanwhile, several bay area police officers are taking part in a national event honoring this officer and other officers. overnight, they took a red eye flight from oakland to new york city. they will join others in a marathon bike ride to raise money for the national law enforcement memorial. three vallejo police officers still grieving the loss of the officer will be among the riders. >> we've not forgotten him or his family. we think about him all of the time. >> these barelies traveled light -- bay area police officers traveled light and shipped all of their bike gear ahead of time, free of charge. >>> the city of san francisco may be losesle 49ers to santa clara but they are not going away empty-handed. the "chronicle" says the 9ers will have the option of staying until 2019 or earlier. in return, the team would give the city $1 million. san francisco would also be part of the 49ers' bid to bring the super bowl to the bay area as early as 2016. >>> well, today is the deadline for students to submit designs for at
FOX
May 13, 2012 7:00am PDT
. >> jerry brown releases the revised budget. >> we are facing a $16 billion hole. not the 9 billion, we thought in january. this means we have to go much further and make cuts far greater than i asked for at the beginning of the year. >> the governor gave a glimpse of the projection through a you tube video. blames the ballooning deficit on slow recovery and judges and administrators for blocking health cuts for the poor. they include education and state compensation and welfare. we talked to a mother in in the county. >> i work hard. pay taxes. we are trying to get the kids in college and get a good education for that. california is supposed to be, people move here because it is great. we are definitely in a bad place. >> they must approve tax hikes temporarily raising the sales tax by a quarter of a % and increase income taxes on people earning at least $250,000 a year. we have posted his people on ktvu.com: the state will receive much needed revenues with facebook's public offering. it is expected to happen on friday. it will be between 28 and $35 a share. california predicts more t
FOX
May 19, 2012 7:00am PDT
of 20-year-old raheem brown by a school police sergeant. brown was allegedly trying to stab another officer with a screwdriver when he was shot. the grand jury is also examining accusations that the school's police chief made racist remarks after a golf tournament. >>> police in richmond are stepping up patrols after a series of shootings yesterday a ktvu photographer rode along with two officers. the officers say there's a feud going on between two gangs, one from central richmond, the other from north richmond. >> i don't want gang members from north richmond to come down here, drive by and shoot them up and have them shoot back and cause chaos for everybody, all the people who are not involved who are just trying to live their lives. >> richmond police say they are using a new program that targets gang members and directs them to jobs and social programs. they say overall violent crimes in the city is down the past two years. >>> a judge has given the green light to dig up a long lost south bay cemetery. construction workers at valley medical center in san jose stopped the hammer
FOX
May 14, 2012 7:00am PDT
jerry brown will release his revised state budget and gave a preview of what to expect. he said instead of the $9 billion budget gap, the state is facing a $16 billion deficit and mainly because of slow budget cuts. if voters do not approve his tax hikes in november, there will have to be a new round of cuts in education state compensation and welfare. >>> the growing crisis is certain to have a huge impact on the bay area and supervisors are having big money problems of their own. today they will discuss ways to fun the money for the state capital. >>> riders will be going through daily city and pacifica and alex savage is live at the starting line, alex you can tell us what we can expect to see out there, alex? >> reporter: first off, i don't think i am going anywhere near a bike and we will leave this to the professionals. they will be able to see them riding past their doors. stage ii they will be leaving from green going past pacifica and 120 professional cyclists are taking part in this race and they will be finishing in other areas. it will be throughout daily city, half-moon bay
FOX
May 25, 2012 7:00am PDT
-- california's largest state employee union want to help governor brown to save money. the union is asking its members for saveth ideas to offer as alternatives to the governor. so far the union says it's received more than 1,000 ideas from its members. governor brown has proposed shifting employees to a four- day, 38-hour workweek. >>> the jury in the trial of john edwards, the corruption trial is now in its sixth day of deliberations. there's john edwards. he's accused of diverting almost a million dollars in campaign money as part of the scheme to hide an extramarital affair during the 2008 campaign. if convicted, he faces up to 30 years in prison. >>> well, three eighth-grade girls -- girls have been suspended for cyber bullying. the girls used facebook to threaten physical harm. california law allows schools to suspend students for cyber bullying even if it did not happen on campus. well, today is therd anniversary of the -- well, today is the 3rd avenue of the disappearance of evan -- anniversary of the disappearance of evan patz. new york city police say they have the signed confession
FOX
May 29, 2012 7:00am PDT
in the brown outfit is a principal. the chp says she hit two cars on highway 101, south of the golden gate bridge on may 12th. police say she drove away from the scene. police also say she had a blood alcohol level over the legal limit when she was stopped. >>> a man accused of three sexual assaults in san francisco's mission district is due to appear in court today. this man was arrested in january after police got a tip from the public. prosecutors say this tip helped them identify dozier. they say he's responsible for three sexual assaults last year. they say each attack became more violent. the last victim was choked to the point of becoming unconscious. >>> a home on 25th avenue caught fire just after 5:30 last night. while inside battling the blaze, firefighters say they discovered a marijuana-growing operation. a ktvu news camera was allowed inside the house. firefighters say each room on the second floor had a different stage of the marijuana grow operation. police are now investigating. >> me being from the streets, i never smelled anything. i never got a whiff. i'm in shock. >> f
FOX
May 26, 2012 7:00am PDT
schooler sierra lamar. police say the body found had dark brown hair with blue fingernail polish. she was area an old navy shirt and pajama bottoms. her ethnicity is still not known. >> we always have to treat it as if it's a homicide. so our investigators will do everything we can to follow up on all the leads, to continue to canvas the area and talk to neighbors. >> and police are check, with nearby law enforcement agencies and their missing persons cases. >>> two girls in bakersfield died in a fire started by kids playing with matches. they were only two and three years old. they were playing in a vacant trailer with two boys who were a couple years older. firefighters say the trailer caught fire after the boys lit matches. >> we ran over here, they grabbed the water hose, they said they might be babies, we broke windows out but beyond -- you couldn't do nothing. flames out of control. >> the boys escaped by running from the trailer but they closed the door behind them once the fire started. it's unclear if any of the boys or their parents will face charges. >>> state regulators sa
FOX
May 18, 2012 7:00am PDT
. he was six feet tall, about 200 pounds, had brown hair, hazel eyes. family members or witnesses who have any information should call bart police right away. >>> a local beautification group is suing san francisco over the lawsuit the city settled with an outdoor advertising company. now, the settlement required metro fuel to remove 84 illegal panel signs. but it all allowed them to remove bigger legal billboards and replace them with more panel signs on walls across the city. san francisco beautiful is claiming that that settlement violates proposition g, which bans new billboards in the city. however, city officials say the settlement was a smart move, because metro fuel was trying to overturn proposition g. >> it is 7:20. are we in for more cool tells? up next, steve will tell us if it's expected to warm up for the weekend. >> also, the race to protect an historic california town against wildfires. what those firefighters are up against today. >>> traffic is looking good. we do have some accidents in the rebound -- east bay to tell you about. >>> a growing wildfire near fort colli
FOX
May 27, 2012 7:00am PDT
. >> the bridge district says governor brown is going to appoint a three-member board to investigate the strike claiming it created a significant disruption to public service. sources tell ktvu the union and the district start mediation on tuesday. >>> well there are additional ferris planned for the bridge celebration. extra service beginning at 4:00 tonight. then starting at 10:00 tonight, once again running every half hour until midnight. >>> work crews are dealing with windy conditions on the closed dumbarton bridge, the project is on schedule. workers and engineers have not stumbled into any big problems. yesterday, crews cut the bridge in two to make room for a new steel joint. >> so on this side of the bridge, that joint locks into place in the net work of rebar and concrete. on the other side of the joint, it's meant to expand and contract. >> the $60 million project will nearly double the amount of movement the bridge can handle during an earthquake. it expects to have the bridge by 5:00 a.m. on tuesday. the bridge closure has not really impacted traffic on the main alternate routes. i
FOX
May 20, 2012 7:00am PDT
willing to fight governor brown over the state budget. the sacrament of the report democrats are digging in and will block some of the deepest cut to welfare, child care, and college scholarships for low-income students. the deficit has jumped from $9 billion to $16 billion, but a legislative analyst says it could top $17 billion. in the past lawmakers reduce the deficit shifting funds from one program to another. >> hundreds of people enjoyed a party like atmosphere to raise awareness about a serious problem. the seventh annual walk to end poverty was a posted yesterday. the event was organized by the alameda open community partnership. they say there are about 200,000 people struggling to pay rent and purchases. >> one in five of our youth are in poverty right now. >> this highlights what we can do as citizens to end the issues of poverty. >> those who attended the wok received a free breakfast and lunch. they also received information on how low income residents can receive help. >> a california company recalling chopped red onions. gills onions says the onions were distributed to ret
FOX
May 31, 2012 7:00am PDT
. governor jerry brown's budget counted on 1.5 approximately dollars in income taxes related to the company's ipo. the brown administration took that number to facebook stock selling for $35 a share. right now i'm checking and facebook stock is down 3%, just this morning, selling at $27.26. it was actually starting -- starting price was $38. >>> this just about an hour from now, the dragon spacecraft is due to splash down in the pacific ocean off the coast of southern california. the dragon unlocked from the international space station five hours ago. coming up in 10 minutes why, it's crucial the dragon has a safe landing this morning. >>> and virgin galactic says it now has faa permission to start rocket powered test flights of spaceship two, the six- passenger, two pilot spacecraft based on the spacecraft one, which was tested in the mow javy deserts. it will be about 70 miles above earth. they plan to take people into space to experience a few minutes of weightlessness and see the curves of the earth against the black sky of space. >> wow! we've got an update, a story we first told you a
FOX
May 15, 2012 7:00am PDT
but will hurt businesses. governor brown wants to shift to a four-day week. >> it's a difficult budget. it reflects the fact that revenues are lower than we expected. >>> now, in the governor's budget revision plan, k through 12 education is spared. however the governor says if voters don't pass the tax proposal in november, schools will be next on the chopping block. >> if voters rejected the last seven tax proposal increases, they will reject the one in november as well. >> the deadline for an on-time budget is june 15th. now, to get more details on the governor's proposals -- proposals, go to ktvu.com. we've posted his revised budget in the politics section. >>> 8:11. san jose police say their hands are tied. they know there is a homeless camp problem but they can't do much about it. >> a growing scandal in great britain. >>> also it happened more than 40 years ago, the new book that could put the zodiac killings back on the front page. ♪ beth! hi! looking good. you've lost some weight. thanks. you noticed. these clothes are too big, so i'm donating them. how'd you do it? eating r
FOX
May 16, 2012 7:00am PDT
coming up. >>> welcome back. in his budget revision, governorjerry brown backtracks. the governor's budget included plans to shift all juvenile inmates to county facilities. however the counties is already struggling with adult prisoners sent from the state prisons that they just couldn't handle the juvenile inmates. there were warnings that county jails could not handle the juvenile inmates. >>> one of the main ones the bay bridge is not all that bad today. it's improving a little bit. i can give you a little bit of good news here and a lot of people make their decision going on the city based on this picture. it's a five minute delay before you make it up to the bay. 880 there's a little bit of a back up but that's after a little bit of slowing in san leandro nothing else really. if you are driving in san jose that seems to be a hot spot. 85 is a slow from an earlier crash, 101 is still slow from 280. we still have the bus bridge set up between the timen and d era don station because a bus hit a pedestrian. major delays for caltrain. >>> low clouds, fog, drizzle, some sun out th
FOX
May 23, 2012 7:00am PDT
educator arrested on dui and hit-and-run charges. this woman seen her in the brown outfit here is the principal at paul revere middle school. officers say she had a blood alcohol level higher than .08 when she allegedly hit two vehicles south of the golden gate bridge on may 12th. she told the online community site, mission local, that she plans to fulfill her three-year contract and remain aspirins pal. parents that protested against her claiming that she's disciplined children by forcing them to issuing in the basement and issuing -- forcing them to the basement to eat and issuing them demerits. >>> a man involved in a fatal crash in berkeley has been charged with vehicular manslaughter while driving drunk. police say he was going more than 60 miles an hour when he hit a tree on california last friday. his girlfriend, a recent berkeley grad, was killed. his son is on life support. police in emery -- >>> police want to know how a man tell off -- fell off the pier on an emery pier. firefighters were able to rescue him and they took him to the hospital. we don't know his conditi
FOX
May 24, 2012 7:00am PDT
of governor brown is slipping. 4% of likely voters disapprove of the job he's doing while 42% approve. accord -- that's according to a new poll by the pub -- by the public policy be. back in april, the rating was 42%. 57% say they will vote yet. 38% say no. the rest are undecided. signal new this morning a 7th blader took -- >>> new this morning, a 7th grader won a $10,000 scholarship. the contest began with some 4 million students all from all over the countries, asking about the earth and locations on a map. >>> a with ther comment from lady gaga has upset fans in thailand. she landed in bang could the lack night. many trends say she assaulted home the -- bangkok -- bangkok last night. friends say she watted them. >>> the winner of american is -- >> phillipfill -- i started to think about the whole top 12 and how far we had come in this journey and how close we are and how much of an amazing -- how much amazing singers they are. and we're all so mrs. . >>> phillips will join the rest of the idol 10 and the announcement of the new idol was not the only big night on tomorrow night's show. >>
FOX
May 28, 2012 7:00am PDT
safety. >> reporter: that was mayor alvin brown. he spoke with us earlier. he said there are still two bridges closed because we know that people are going to be trying to leave. we know it's memorial day weekend. however, if you do not have to leave the jacksonville beach area and a lot of these coastal communities, they want you to stay inside your home. this is a drought stricken area. a lot of these trees were dry. they're now soaked. they can fall at any moment. he also did say the airport is officially open but many airlines are still delaying and canceling flights. we anticipate a long way home for a lot of folks this memorial day weekend. >> thank you. >>> time 7:46. a family from sacramento county recovering after their small plane crashed into the side of a mountain in idaho. three people were on board when it happened saturday night. they used a cell phone to call for help but bad weather out there kept a medical helicopter from rescuing them right away. ground rescue teams finally reached them after trudging through snow drifts 6 feet tall. they built a fire until a militar
FOX
May 30, 2012 7:00am PDT
raided by governor brown and former governor arnold schwarzenegger to plug budget caps. the money was used to pay for scholarships for those children in california who lost their parents in the attacks and for anti-terrorism programs. >>> i'm against smoking. >> there is any poll out that shows slightly more than half of the voters who were surveyed say they would have voted for the cigarette tax but that's down from two-thirds support last month. philip morris has spent $39 million according to prop 5. >>> california lawmakers have until friday now to finish work on almost 400 proposals for new laws. one of the pressures still under consideration include new regulations on medical marijuana including a sales tax. another one would protect small businesses from lawyers who demand quick payment for violations of the americans with disabilities act. >>> ten minutes before 9:00, they've are -- 9:00. there are indications that gavin newsom is not happy with his job. there were reports that he would host "current tv" and he said it would not interfere with his duties as lieutenant- gov
FOX
May 1, 2012 7:00am PDT
's redevelopment agency. but governor jerry brown desolved the state's redevelopment agency to deal with the massive state budget crisis. 34 san jose properties will be made available according to the successor agency. they include an old fire house, parking lot, theater buildings and vacant lots. the first round of properties will be available on june 1st. >>> time is now 8:36. the walnut creek city council is expected to make a full-time decision that could change the night life in the city -- to make a decision that could change the night life in the city. several bar owners say they are against the ordnance, they threatened to sue if that ordnance is passed. >>> some beef sold in antioch is being recalled after an incident involving an ink meat and meat grinder. apparently a meat department worker accidentally dropped an ink pen into the store's grinder sunday afternoon. there's no word yet of anyone getting sick. if you happen to have purchased ground beef at that store sunday afternoon, you can take it back to raley's and get a full refund. >>> caltrans is working on what will
FOX
May 10, 2012 7:00am PDT
they bought the peepshow club in 2003. >>> well, governor brown's staff is telling state employees' unions to brace themselves for pay cuts. the governor is set to present his revised budget on monday and there is a $9 million gap to fill. sources say the governor wants to cut payroll taxes by at least 5%. he's asking union leaders to come up withdays -- ways to make those reductions. >>> a california worker has been on the job for seven decades. he's still going strong. 92-year-old may lee has been working in. california department of general services in sacramento since 1943. she's seen ten governors come and go. may be moving a little slower these days. but her coworkers say her mind is still sharp as a knife. >> she contributes quite a bit to our department and she's a very funny lady. >> i enjoy it. i enjoy working with the young people and seeing them accomplish something. >> lee still helps with space planning for office buildings and mentors her younger coworkers. as for retiring, lee says that's just not in her future. >> bravo for her. >> yeah. good for her. >>> you have republic
FOX
May 12, 2012 7:00am PDT
be on their bikes by 8 this morning. >>> this ride comes two days before governor brown is expected to unveil has revised budget proposal. the governor says he needed far more than the $4.2 billion in spending cuts that he asked for in january. and he says this is going to mean deeper cuts to public schools, colleges, and other state services if his call for a tax hike fails. >>> a first round of vote something over and so far san francisco teachers are moving to strike. yesterday the teachers union announced the strike authorization was approved by a 97% margin. it came after the teachers rejected a plan by the district that called for 9 furlough days and increase in class sizes. the superintendent says this is just the reality of the state budget. >> we're just as frustrated as they are. i mean we don't create the budget. the budget is handed down by the state of california. this is a california state issue, and the state dumped it on the local school districts. >> there's only three weeks left in the school year, and teachers still need to schedule a second strike vote. if it happens over the
FOX
May 5, 2012 7:00am PDT
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